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>> several attempts to kidnap children off the streets of berkeley may be the work of the same suspect. lisa chan is in berkeley where police have released new information about the abduction attempts. lisa. reporter: good morning. >> reporter: we just spoke to police this morning they say there are extra patrols on the streets because they say that the same man has tried he kidnap children five times. they say he has been alarmingly persistent. now, the first attempt happened on september 18 when a man tried to kidnap three girls and a boy on telegraph avenue. then on october 18, police believe the same man tried to kidnap a girl at college and webster and 15 minutes later yelled at three girls on the same corner to get in his van. >> we have been seeing in these instances is a man coming up and some sort of van and enticing --trying to lure young children into his van. >> reporter: now, witnesses describe the man as hispanic in his late 20s to early 30s with dark hair and a scruffy face. he was last seen driving a
windowless black cargo van. now, police have been looking through surveillance video in the areas of these attempted kidnappings but so far no luck. live in berkeley, lisa chan, kpix 5. later this morning santa clara county health experts plan to release new information on the shigella outbreak linked to a mexican restaurant in san jose. so far, the county is confirming 93 cases of shigella. san mateo county has 2. and santa cruz county is looking into 5 suspected cases. the restaurant marisco's san juan on 4th street already faces two lawsuits. kpix 5 spoke with a man who went to an emergency room over the weekend with a fever of 105. >> really was nausea, running to the bathroom a lot, a lot of stomach cramping, really, really bad abdominal pain. >> the county health department
is investigating the exact source of the outbreak. in oakland, the city council has approved funding to help enforce minimum wage and tenant protection laws. on tuesday night, the council approved a budget amendment. it allocates $240,000 to implement the minimum wage law and $100,000 for tenant protection. city leaders want to make sure workers are not being shortchanged. they also want to ensure that renters know their rights. in richmond a new policy to control rents is now suspended. it had been set to take effect last month after the city council passed an ordinance. but a petition backed by california apartment association as well as realtors and homeowners put it on hold. then tuesday the city clerk ruled that the petition does have enough valid signatures and now the issue may go to the voters. it is rivalry night in santa clara. the 49ers are taking on the seahawks. the rare week night game means football fans in trains and automobiles will be competing with people just going home from work. kiet do who joins us live from levi's stadium will set all
this chaos out for us. kiet. >> reporter: kickoff set for 5:25 this evening in the heart of rush hour. fans coming to the game do so over the span of a couple of hours and that helps with congestion. after the game a much different story. if it's a close game, then you can expect about 68,000 fans to be leaving all at once. so caltrain ordered two special northbound trains leaving from the mountain view station. the second one leaves 85 minutes after the end of the game or when it fills up. this is in addition to the regular weekday service where a train leaves at the top of every hour. as a reminder caltrain is saying to buy your tickets ahead of time. about the bitter rivalry with the seahawks the last time they. >> her in levi's stadium they won on thanksgiving day 2014. seahawks players sherman and
wilson were eating turkey legs at the 50-yard line on the 49ers logo as part of the post- game broadcast. this after beating the 9ers 19- 3. it got so bad jed york apologized to fans on twitter. this time around they are 2-4 in the season and not talking as much trash. >> this is a big game. no bones about that. anytime you play seattle it's a big deal. so, um, i wouldn't expect that we would get anybody pumped up for this game. >> there's always been a little beef between us and them and it makes it more fun and it's just a physical game. >> reporter: kickoff is 5:25 right here on kpix 5. >> by the way, tonight's game is here on channel 5. coverage starts at 4:30 right after a special edition of kpix 5 news at 4:00. we are ready for football but it's going to be a mess out there, liza. >> it will be. we have the big 9er game in the heart of rush hour and then we have also the san jose sharks playing tonight at 7:00. so the bottom line if you plan
on heading anywhere near the south bay for the afternoon drive time, be prepared for delays especially because of the 49er game. expect delays on 237, 101, montague expressway, great america parkway, anywhere near santa clara is going to be jammed up this afternoon and evening. as we move on to this morning's commute, 580 is going to be slow for you leaving the altamont pass from 205 approaching vasco. it's filling out as well right here closer to the dublin interchange. and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, crews switched on those metering lights and now traffic is backed up from the foot of the maze. you pass this and traffic flows well across the beautiful bay bridge as we take a look at pictures from max cabrera still wide open once you're on the span. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." roberta we have been talking about the 9er. who is your favorite player? i want to know. >> that would be easy. that would be hank carradine. how can you not like a football player named hank?
he is nearly 300 pounds, about 6'4", big boy out of florida state. so tank and the rest of the 49ers, i love me some tank carradine. i really do. game time temperature near 76 to 78 degrees. by the end of the game down to 65 degrees. a bit of a north-northwest breeze up to about 10 miles per hour, mostly sunny skies. looking out toward levi's stadium where currently, we do have a few clouds and 54 degrees. 48 degrees and pockets of dense fog in santa rosa with visibility down to about a half mile. 70 in pacifica today to 85 degrees for the outside number of our inland areas. your full forecast is minutes away. but wearing her sharks teal here's michelle. a spike in coyote sightings and attacks on pets are the thank you.subject of a community meeting tonight in san francisco. the sightings could mean a family of coyotes has created a den and is raising young in a certain area. it's also possible that young coyotes are looking for new territory. whatever the reason, there have been at least two attacks on dogs. tonight's meeting happens at 5:30 at the lake merced boathouse.
the marine fighter pilot killed in a jet crash in england had bay area ties. it went down after take-off yesterday. several published reports identified the piloted as major taj serene of san mateo county. he got his bachelor's degree in university of san francisco in 2004, played on the tennis team there. the cause is under investigation. a san jose police officer who mocked the "black lives matter" movement is out of a job. the "mercury news" reports that the police department fired phillip white. he had posted comments like, quote, threatening me or my family and i will use my god given and law appointed right and duty to kill you. hashtag #cops live matter. such comments are covered by free speech protection but the department can still fire officers for comments that affect their ability to do their job. four suspects in custody after a manhunt in two cities.
with rifles drawn san francisco police cornered them after a wild chase across the bay. the chase ended on 280 near third and mariposa streets in san francisco. the suspects jumped out of a car and fled into a nearby construction site. a worker there saw them running from police yesterday afternoon. >> crossed the job site, two jumped over the fence and ran down the street. and one ran under the garage. >> police set up a perimeter around the site trapping the suspects. two hours later with rifles drawn, a tactical unit went in and within 20 minutes police had four suspects in custody. oakland police are leading the investigation. so far they are not saying what crime in the east bay the suspects are accused of committing. a 5-year-old survives the night in the woods. now his dog is being credited for saving his life. >> plus, dancing their way to healthy and happy lives. we'll introduce you to the local student using a unique technique next in this week's email@example.com. >> this is so fascinating. we have a hurricane and i'm going to talk about how it's
you can save over 500 bucks when you switch to progressive. that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ 6:12 photojournalist max cabrera getting all the love this morning because he is giving us these beautiful shots. at the ferry building, clear skies, 73 degrees today. we have a change in the forecast. we'll talk about that coming up at 6:18. a man is now charged in the shooting death of a 4-year-old girl in new mexico. alburqueque police say tips led to the arrest of 32-year-old
tony torres. lily garcia and her family were riding in a pickup on tuesday when her father got into a dispute with another driver who opened fire on the pickup. the girl later died at the hospital. nobody else was injured. police say torres confessed after his arrest. >> everyone that was involved is breathing a little bit better with a sigh of relief. >> torres is charged with murder and a series of weapons violations. a 5-year-old boy in mendocino county is now safe after spending a night in the woods. he got lost near his parents' home. it started when he took his dog for a walk. brett bowman ventured out from the house on tuesday at around 4:30 p.m. in brook trails near willits. crews searched the forest field with bears and mountain lions all night. at 8 a.m. they found the boy and his dog two miles from the house. they say the dog stayed by the boy to protect him from threats and for a time would not even let rescuers get near the boy. he was a little cold, but the boy was otherwise okay. more san francisco teachers
will soon be able to live where they work. mayor lee announced the plan today to help provide housing for 500 teachers by 2020. lee and san francisco unified school district superintendent richard carranza discussed renewing the federal teacher next door program. that program provides down payment and loan assistance to make buying a home in the city somewhat less outrageous. some youngsters in the tri- valley area likely have some very tired feet this morning. >> students at pleasanton's hart middle school have been dancing for three weeks and here's frank mallicoat with this week's "cool school." ♪[ music ] >> reporter: it's showtime at pleasanton's hart middle school. 300 kids getting their swing on. >> this is so much fun and we are enjoying it and having a good time. >> reporter: 15 years of good times. dance became part of hart's p.e. department in 2000. for three weeks each fall the kids couple up until they crown the top dancing pair. it's a great workout, school spirit sky high, and the kids
get a big shot in the arm, too. >> i think it's just a really fun way to get into school spirit and stuff. and it's a good way to have fun. learn something new. >> it's a little nerve-racking because i want to make it far, but at the same time you just want to have fun. >> i can tell kids who started at a certain point weren't sure if they had a partner to they are doing stuff out here with smiles and compliments afterwards. it's amazing. >> reporter: this is a family affair. parents flock to the gym to watch. iphones in overdrive and their kids learn everything from swing to uptown funk. and there's an added bonus for the kids, too. and you get to meet boys. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that's not too bad. [ laughter ] >> reporter: you get to meet girls? >> yeah. >> reporter: that's a bonus? >> yeah, i guess. >> reporter: and don't forget the dancing . current p.e. teacher caitlyn la russa graduated a dozen years ago from hart. she says her dancing skills have done her proud. >> believe it or not now that
learning the swing dance, you can dance at any wedding. >> reporter: there you go. so it comes in handy? >> it does, yes. >> reporter: frank mallicoat, kpix 5. >> those kids are not exactly certain about boys and girls yet. [ laughter ] >> i don't think they are at that age yet. they are kind of like oh, yeah, i guess. >> it's amazing they have been running that program for so long. >> roberta, hi. [ laughter ] >> i'm sorry. >> you can't see her but she is right here. >> michelle has a question for you. >> i do have a question. what's cool about your school? we want to know. you can email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. we may come and feature your school on the show. roberta know one of the girls in there blonde, kendall, juliette goodrich's daughter. >> my program was involved there at 2009. i'm so old. >> great dancers. sorry about that. i thought we were all here for a reason. >> we are here for a reason. one of those reasons is to
check on traffic. [ laughter ] >> really? >> very great reason. good to be here in the morning. [ laughter ] we are going to talk about the morning commute in san jose, right, roberta? we are going to start off with san jose where there's this accident in the clearing stages northbound 101 just before alum rock. a three-car crash pushed off to the center divider. our sensors are picking up some of the slow traffic. it's backed up beyond the 280/680 interchange. meantime, if you are going towards the altamont pass, there are backups this morning west 580 going to be slow from beyond the 205 interchange. now a long line of traffic through livermore bound for pleasanton. no delays as of yet heading down the dublin grade but certainly 23 minutes between the altamont pass and 680. highway 4 much slower than usual. you can see all the red there with traffic down to 18 miles per hour. slow at willow pass because of
annealingier accident on 4. -- because of an earlier accident on 4. more folks are out, but so far no major brake lights for westbound 92. the bay bridge toll plaza a different story though. that has still been -- we have delays extending through the macarthur maze. westbound traffic flows well across the bridge into the city once you get past the mess at the toll plaza. that's "kcbs traffic." i'm sure roberta has more to say -- about the weather, about schools in pleasanton. >> you know what it is? i get a little nervous and anxious when mr. hackney is in the house because he gets out the number 2 pencil and checks my weather forecast. [ laughter ] >> he does! good morning, everybody. [ laughter ] clear skies over the bay waters this morning. temperatures in san francisco 57, dense fog in santa rosa. today increasing clouds partly sunny. it's going to be a couple of degrees cooler but mainly this is the forecast you're going to see all the way not just
through friday but the weekend. high pressure is building in weakening each day so the temperature comes down a couple of degrees but then the remnants of hurricane olaf this week, this is a long-range forecast, will spill some clouds into the northern half of the state by tuesday, wednesday. it's going to increase our relative humidity. we'll call it muggy. it will increase our rain chances wednesday into thursday. here's your sun-up and sundown. in between today 70 in pacifica. 70s common across the bay today to 80 degrees in mountain view. then low and mid-80s away from the bay. the winds out of the southwest 10 to 15 miles an hour dialing back to the north and northwest later tonight when it's time to play us some football! 49ers playing host to the seattle seahawks. kickoff 5:25. air temperature at 76 degrees down into the mid-60s by the
good morning. it sounded like a movie script. the cubs win the world series on october 21, 2015. but we all know "back to the future" was fiction and it played out in reality last night in chicago. that sign has been there for over 100 years and some things never change. the suspense is over in the 1st inning. duda with a three-run shot to quiet the crowd.
new york 4-0 before the cubs took one swing of the bat. more duda in the second. this line drive rolls all the way to hill valley. thank you very much. two runs score. to say it was a duda day would be an understatement. he drove in five runs. the mvp of the series, that man. daniel murphy homered for a fifth straight game with a post- season record. there wasn't enough beer in the pubs in manhattan last night to quench the thirst of those fans. when the dust settled, the mets won the game 8-3 completing a four-game sweep and returning to the world series for the first time since 2000. as for the cubs fans? well -- >> i guess you guys aren't ready for that yet. but your kids are going to love it. we'll see. somebody lost a bet in toronto where the blue jays were facing elimination against kansas city. bottom of the 6th, jays up 2-0. sunnyvale native troy tulowitski clears the bases with a three-run double part of a four-run inning for the jays to go ahead 5-0. that was plenty for marco estrada.
a one hitter into the 8th inning, he ends up allowing one run over 8 2/3. the blue jays win 7-1 forcing a game 6 friday night in kansas city. and y'all know the 49ers and the seattle seahawks, two teams 2-4, they both got to win only one will tonight on channel 5. coverage here on the big 5 begins at 4:00 this afternoon. we'll see you there. >> the play of the day from the major league baseball play- offs. kansas city at toronto. the royals eric hosmer hustled to make the -- i don't want to give it away. it's popped up right side. what a catch! the blue jays won but the royals have a 3-2 lead in the american league championship series. that's the play of the day. i'm lisa chan live at the berkeley police department
where officers are looking for a man they say tried to kidnap children in broad daylight five different times. the story coming up. >> i'm kiet do live at levi's stadium the big game is tonight and caltrain has a plan to get you home a little bit earlier. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. ,,,,,,
local community. >> and how about this? we have us a hurricane and it will impact our local forecast. >> slow traffic now for highway 4 in that westbound direction and an earlier accident clearing. i'll have a look at uv drive into work still ahead. >> good morning? >> it's thursday, october 22. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. frank is off this morning. police in becker believe the same man is trying to kidnap children. lisa chan has new information about the near abductions. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. people are being extra vigilant here in berkeley. police just told us this morning ere have been five attempted kidnappings. extra police cars are on patrol as they look for the suspect. now, the first attempt happened on september 18 when a man tried to kidnap three girls and a boy on telegraph avenue. then on october 18, police believe the same man tried to kidnap a girl at college and webster and 15 minutes later yelled at three girls on the same corner to get in his van. >> we have been seeing in these
-- >> it is definitely alarming one of our highest priorities. >> that's pretty worrying. i see this as a nice residential area. >> reporter: now, witnesses describe the man as hispanic in his late 20s to early 30s with dark hair and a scruffy face. he was last seen driving a windowless black cargo van. now, police have been looking through surveillance video in the areas of these attempted kidnappings but so far no luck. the unified school district has set up workshops to teach children what to do when this happens to them. live in berkeley, lisa chan, kpix 5. a high school principal in marin county is warning parents about teens being hospitalized after overdosing on coricidin. two fro drake high overdosed on the same drug in two weeks. they take it in large doses to hallucinate calling it triple c. mount tam high school principal is asking parents to talk to their children.
many parents say they didn't know. >> i did not know about it and to find out the hard way is worse than potentially a situation where now all of a sudden it gets out and some kids say i know about that, maybe i'll try it. >> you must be 18 or older to buy core seed deny. it's sold in most drugstores. a let en to tam high parents was cents out tuesday. are you ready for thursday nile football? it's in silicon valley tonight. as the seattle seahawks visit the 49ers. kiet do is live in santa clara with a preview. >> reporter: good morning. you know, here we are season 2 here at levi's stadium. and true to silicon valley style you have a lot of people down here tweaking the system trying to optimize the experience to save everybody time and energy. this time around it's caltrain. now, everybody knows if it's a close game you got 68,000 people all trying to leave the stadium at once. so caltrain has added two special northbound trains leaving from the mountain view station. the first special train leaves "60 minutes" after the end of
the game or whenever it's full. the second one 85 minutes after the game or when it fills up. this is in addition to regular weekday service where a train leaves at the top of the hour. as a reminder caltrain says to buy your tickets ahead of time and save heartache and waiting. now, about that bitter rivalry with the seahawks. the last time they were here in levi's stadium, they won on thanksgiving day. seahawks richmond sherman and russell wilson were eating turkey legs at the 50-yard light right on the 49ers logo as part of that post-game broadcast. that's rude! this after beating the 9ers 19- 3. it was so bad, jed york apologized to fans on twitter. this time around, the two teams are 2-4 for the season, not talking as much trash. > we need to gain momentum moving forward. we are not in a position to lose any more games. >> thursday games are challenging depending how you look at it. you know, i think for us, we look forward to opportunity, we
look forward to the challenge of basically cramming your studying in and watch as much film as you can. >> reporter: and kickoff is 5:25 this evening right here on kpix 5. >> fans have to work today and can't get to the stadium early to tailgate. michelle wants to in if it's possible to tailgate on, for instance, caltrain. >> reporter: that's the big plus a big bonus when you ride caltrain. they do let you drink alcohol on the train. however, they cut it off at 9 p.m. so last call on caltrain for alcohol is 9:00 in the evening. we're live in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. >> thank you. tonight's game is here on kpix 5. coverage starts at 4:30 p.m. right after a special edition of kpix 5 news at 4:00. >> so before 9:00. i have taken notes. [ laughter ] >> it should be over by then. >> i like how kiet says it's just plain rude to eat turkey
legs on the 50-yard line. >> it was. >> it was in your face. i would say these two are rivals, right? >> yes, big time. >> so most importantly, the weather conditions if you are heading out to levi's stadium. are you ready for football at levi's stadium? game time temperature 5:25 kickoff, 76 degrees to 65 at the end of the game. not a problem as far as the winds out of the north- northwest up to about 10 miles per hour. there you have it in all of its glory. levi's stadium right now with clear skies. air temperature has been in the 50s all morning. it is in the 40s however in santa rosa with areas of patchy fog. temperatures today just a couple of degrees cooler than yesterday. we are talking about 60s at the beaches, 70s at the peninsula, 80s santa clara valley to the east up to 85 degrees. up to the low to mid-80s north of the golden gate bridge. we'll have the full forecast coming up. good morning. we are going to stay in the south bay where there are delays now on northbound 101. it's going to be much slower
than usual because of an earlier accident approaching alum rock. the backups begin out of south san jose from cochran and stays heavy into santa clara through great america parkway. 280 still looking good approaching downtown san jose. and heading for the golden gate that's been fine this morning we don't usually see delays at the golden gate until after the 7:00 hour. right now 101 moving well through central san rafael and if you plan to make the 880 drive that's flowing well in both directions. so far no delays just outside of the oakland airport. be prepared for delays at the bay bridge. the toll plaza backup now extends into the maze. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." here's michelle. captured on video a violent confrontation between a muni driver and a passenger. [ yelling and cursing ] >> cell phone video shows the passenger dragging the muni driver off the train and then attacking him on the street in san francisco. the driver is in the dark colored clothing. this happened last week on the
t line in the dogpatch area. >> there's a mechanical issue with the train. and he got orders to bring the train back into the yard for repairs. at that time, he did ask the patrons to off-board the vehicle and at that point, this individual appeared not to have liked that and spat on the operator and pulled him out of the train and then the video starts. >> other passengers broke up the fight. muni says the driver acted in self-defense. new this morning, two men suspected of looting during the "valley fire" have entered a plea. jeremiah mcguinness pled get. he was arrested for a stolen car and stolen items in his car car. royce moore pleaded guilty for having stolen items in his vehicle. habitat for humanity is launching a fundraising drive for victims of the "valley fire." they are accepting donations by
the lake county chapter of habitat for humanity. air regulators have released tough new rules for fireplace use this winter. the plan from the bay area air quality management district is designed to reduce pollution by requiring wood fires burn cleaner. one limits how much smoke is permissible when starting a fire. the district set a 20-minute time limit to get a fire burning clean. after that, if the smoke is too black, homeowners could face fines. also no more wood-burning fireplaces in new construction. and starting next year, the air district wants to completely phase out allwood burning fireplaces. the district will offer financial incentives to convince homeowners to retrofit their old fireplaces. a mural for peace in oakland is now a memorial for the artist killed while working on it. yesterday the superheros project was unveiled on west street right under the interstate 580 overpass where artist antonio ramos was shot and killed last month. witnesses say ramos was working on a painting when he got into
a dispute with an armed man. his brother was there for the unveiling. >> when is it going to stop? that's the whole point. how many walls do we have to paint for this to stop? it goes beyond your representative. it goes beyond everything. >> police are looking for this man who they call a person of interest in the shooting. no arrests have been made. sometimes it's best to leave well enough alone even for a thief. this surveillance video shows a woman attempting to take a large box from outside a concord home. it was apparently too heavy so she left it. it appears she did take off with a pair of shoes. 21 minutes before 7:00. intense questioning expected today for hillary clinton regarding the 2012 benghazi attacks. a preview of the day's events. >> and do you want super fast internet without paying big bucks? google may have the service for you. >> and the market just opened
it took joel silverman years to become a master dog trainer. but only a few commands to master depositing checks at chase atms. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank. it's 6:43. these are the numbers you can anticipate in our area. 60s and up to 70 degrees at the ocean today with the sunshine. 70s around the peninsula to 80 in downtown san jose. meanwhile east of the bay our numbers will stack up to 85 degrees for the warmest locations throughout blackhawk and also to the east in brentwood. with the south and southwest breeze up to stinson beach in 60s. 70s in mill valley 81 in
novato. upstream we go with the sunshine. 83 degrees full forecast just a couple of minutes away. earnings at san jose-based ebay are surging beyond expectations. now that it's completed a spinoff of paypal. here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks are more. >> reporter: good morning. there is life after paypal for ebay as it turns out. this is the first report for ebay in earnings without paypal included which was spun off into its own publicly traded firm. paypal had been the main growth generator at ebay for several years. so there were big worries over how ebay would come about after spinning off paypal. ities revenue was down from a year earlier but not nearly as bad as expected. it did see some strength in its ebay classifieds and also in its stubhub ticket resale businesses and as a result, ebay's shares are surging higher by 11% in the early going. the biggest gainer in the s&p 500 so far this morning.
the job market continues to look pretty solid. the labor department reported a slight gain and first time unemployment claims but the four-week average was just above 253,000 which was the lowest level since december of 1973. stock market off to a good start this morning. mainly on some hints coming out of europe that there could be more stimulus coming from the central bank for that sluggish growth and that continent. wall street is following suit heading higher. the dow is up by 150. nasdaq up 42. s&p up 17. back to you. too many to check the road ahead -- time to check the road ahead. >> we are going to talk about the walnut creek walnut creek united arab change where the chp is clearing -- we are going to talk about the walnut creek interchange where the chp is clearing up an accident.
backups from beyond 242 in concord heavy to highway 24. you can see our sensors are picking up light traffic for west 24 so far this morning. now, 101 in silicon valley that's going to be slow northbound jammed up leave south san jose heavy into santa clara to about great america parkway. there are delays now for 280 approaching downtown san jose. and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, no accidents or stalls this morning. just a lot of traffic so this morning, expect those backups from the foot of the maze with the metering lights on this morning. 37 minutes is what it's going to cost you to drive between the carquinez bridge and the maze in oakland. over at the richmond/san rafael bridge, we have a delay at the toll plaza there. so you will be sitting in a backup in slow traffic heading across the bridge towards san rafael. traffic down to 37 miles per hour for westbound 580. those are going to be the slow spots for you this morning. traffic is still moving along although traffic volumes are up at the san mateo bridge still moving for that westbound commute leaving hayward heading into foster city. we have been talking about the
big 49er game this evening at 5:25. expect delays beginning as early as 2:00 this afternoon for the afternoon and evening commutes along 101, 237 and great america parkway. that's "kcbs traffic." here's roberta with a look at the forecast. good morning. we are checking in with our weather watcher at this particular time. we had a dozen reporting earlier and now we have fewer because people are going out the door and getting ready for work or getting the kids off to school. 55 degrees daryl yee reporting overcast conditions rising barometer and he is reporting in from alameda this morning. thank you so much for playing along with us right here on kpix 5. out the door heading to levi's stadium later tonight, wow, what a game it's going to be! clear skies right now. clear for the game tonight, as well. we have that forecast coming up. 46 degrees for the cool spot in santa rosa still reporting pockets of fog there. meanwhile 55 degrees in livermore. here's what we mild to know. today we have some areas of
fog. otherwise mainly sunny today. a few clouds. and then we will see some scattered clouds and a tad cooler conditions over the weekend. all right. i want you to keep this in mind. this is awesome. this is hurricane olaf developed late in the hurricane season. keep that in the back of your mind. right now we're talking about high pressure in control. will continue to produce that offshore flow but then meanwhile, the remnants of olaf next week. i'm talking about tuesday. we'll start to spill some clouds into northern california. that will happen tuesday into wednesday, increased relative humidity as well, potential for rain late wednesday into thursday. we'll keep you posted on that long-range forecast. but today 70 sunshine at the coast, 80 mountain view, 80 san jose, up to the low and mid-80s away from the bay east and north. winds out of the southwest 10 to 15. sunshine through the weekend. are you ready for some football?
5:25 kickoff, we have 76 degrees down to the mid-60s by the end of the game. go, 9ers! in the next hour former secretary of state hillary clinton heads to capitol hill to testify about the attacks on the u.s. embassy in benghazi, libya. the panel will ask her about the attack on the u.s. diplomatic compound that left four americans dead some observers saying her testimony today could be crucial in her bid to win the democratic presidential nomination. >> can she weather a full day's worth of testimony in front of a committee that even some republicans have said is aiming to hurt her politically? if she can do that she will be on stable ground after a shaky summer. >> it will be the first public hearing in ten months for the house select committee on benghazi. clinton's testimony comes a day after vice president joe biden announced that he will not enter the democratic presidential race. he was joined at the white house rose garden by his wife and president obama. biden had been putting off a decision while his family dealt with the death of his son beau
because of cancer. biden decided against a white house run saying there wasn't enough time to organize a viable campaign. clinton responded by posting this statement saying the violent is a good friend and great man. today and always inspired by his optimism and his commitment to change the world for the better. on capitol hill, republican paul ryan appears a step closer to become the next speaker of the house. the wisconsin congressman picked up key support from the house freedom caucus yesterday. that's the same hard-line group that helped push house speaker john boehner into retirement. ryan still needs to hear from two more caucuses. he says if he doesn't get solid support from house republicans by friday he will withdraw from consideration. the big apple is getting even bigle. apple computer, that is. the tech giant expanding again, getting even bigger. it's leasing this 200000- square-foot building in north san jose. it's still under construction and there's room on the property to grow. the new site now gives apple three major properties that
could eventually provide the tech giant with more than 4 million square feet of office space. cable and phone companies are about to get some more competition. mountain view-based google is moving forward with a plan to offer high speed fiber service in the city of san jose. more now from kpix 5's julie watts. reporter: it doesn't look like much now. but this corner in san jose could soon be a high-tech hub for communication. >> probably here. >> reporter: the councilman says it's where google will install one of its first bay area fiber huts similar to this one in austin making willow glen one of the first so-called fiber "hoods" in the golden state getting access to google fiber a brand-new super fast internet and tv service. ♪[ music ] >> it's fast as it can be ♪[ music ]♪ >> reporter: now at&t, comcast and verizon each have their own fiber services promising the ability to download 25 songs in a second or a movie in a
minute. but google's new system will have two advantages new equipment and at least in the beginning fewer customers. >> think about driving on an able to-lane freeway in san jose -- an eight-lane freeway in san jose during rush hour now instead of the 1950s. >> reporter: what happens when google has as many customers as say, comcast, at&t and verizon? >> their performance will probably degrade. >> reporter: based on rollouts in other cities, he expects google fiber will likely be cheaper than its competitors. >> they have tons of cash coming in from advertising. so google can compete very aggressively on price. >> reporter: so what's not to love? well, enderly says google may have an ulterior motive. it doesn't necessarily want to get into the cable telephony business but google wants competitors to improve their networks ultimately benefiting google's other products. julie watts, kpix 5.
>> it's not quite a done deal with some things to be worked out but city officials say a formal announcement could be late november or early december. now 7 minutes before 7:00. and i will nevertheless linked to a bay area restaurant just keeps growing. how customers are now taking action. >> reporter: and the big game between the 9ers and the seahawks is tonight. caltrain has a new plan to get you home a little early. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,
hallucinate. the shigella outbreak linked to a mexican restaurant in san jose. so far the county has confirmed 93 cases of shigella. san mateo county has two and santa cruz has five. the marine fire pilot killed in a jet crash in england had bay area ties. the f-18 went down after take- off yesterday. several published reports identify the pilot as major taj serene of san mateo county. he earned his bachelor's degree at the university of san francisco in 2004. someone is trying to kidnap children in berkeley. police say there have been five close calls in recent weeks and now they put out a warning about a van. extra police are patrolling areas where the van has been seen. and schools are offering workshops for families. a man is in custody in connection with a shooting death of a 4-year-old girl in new mexico. investigators say lily garcia was riding in a pickup when her father got know a dispute with
another -- got into a dispute with another driver who opened fire. tips led to the arrest of 32- year-old tony torres. i'm kiet do live here at levi's stadium in santa clara where the big game between the 9ers and the seahawks is set for 5:25 this evening in the heart of the rush hour. now, we know people coming to the game do so over the span of a couple of hours to help out with congestion. after the game a much different story. if it's a close game then you have 68,000 people all leaving the stadium at once. and so caltrain has added two special northbound trains leaving from the mountain view station. the first special train leaves 60 minutes after the end of the game or whenever it's full. the second one leaves 85 minutes after the end of the game or whenever it fills up. this is in addition to regular weekday service where a train leaves at the top of every hour. now, about that bitter rivalry with the seahawks. the last time they were in levi's stadium, they won on thanksgiving day 2014. seahawks players sherman and wilson were eating turkey right
on the 50-yard line right on the 49ers logo as part of the post-game broadcast. this after beating the 9ers 19- 3. this time around, the two teams are 2-4 for the season and not talking as much trash. >> this is a big game. we don't make any bones about that. anytime you play seattle, it's a big deal. so, um, i wouldn't expect that we are going to get any pumped up for this game. >> i think there's always been a little beef between us and them and you know, it makes it more fun and really is a physical game. >> reporter: kickoff set for 5:25 p.m. right here on channel 5. live in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. we have an accident now for the san mateo bridge, this is west 92 beyond the toll plaza. part of the reason there why traffic is stopped beyond this picture accident blocking multiple lanes. also a motorcycle crash south 101, this is just before the waldo tunnel. this is holding back traffic normally bound for the golden gate and long delays at the bay bridge. temperatures are currently in the 50s and 40s out the door
and later today, partly sunny skies. 70 to 85 degrees. thanks for watching kpix 5 news this morning. have a great day. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com good morning to our viewers in the west. this is to "cbs this morning." hillary clinton is on capitol hill for a critical face-off with lawmakers over benghazi. a woman who gave birth mid-flight is reportedly separated from her baby and might have to pay the airline for delays. plus jon stewart's new life on the farm. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener" ." your world in 90 seconds. >> this committee was charged to find the truth. we're on a factfinding mission. >> this was a political witch